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25 Mar
3 months ago

simondavies left a reply on Passing User Data To Be Used Within Vuejs Code Base.

@BITCOINBOY - Thanks for the @json() reminder :-0 and @ricardo thasnk for the response too. :-)

22 Mar
3 months ago

simondavies left a reply on Starting A New Application, Choices For Frontend. Laravel Itself, React, Vue And So On

I would use Laravel / Lumen to build the api first approach, so basically thats your backend/API sytem, this way then you can connect either a full SPA or a combination, and then its also set to then use on iOS and other formats. Hopes this helps

simondavies started a new conversation Passing User Data To Be Used Within Vuejs Code Base.

Whats the best practice or advice on how to access a the current logged in user so it can be accessed from various VueJs components etc.

Currently I'm looking and doing the following.

With in the top of my page and head tag i have the following:

<script>
        window.USER = {!!json_encode([
                'name' => auth()->user()->fullname,
                'email' => auth()->user()->email,
                'publication' => auth()->user()->publication,
            ]) !!};
 </script>

Which is outputted as etc

<script>
        window.USER = {"name":"Simon Davies","email":"[email protected]","publication":"Freelancer"};
</script>

So then i can access the required details as

export default {
    data() {
        return {
            is_active : false,
            user : window.USER,
        }
    },......

So just wanting other reviews and suggestions and to see if there any issue in what im doing or even if theres a better way.

This is not a SPA but uses VueJs components to perform/do things etc within the app.

29 Nov
7 months ago

simondavies left a reply on Laravel - How To Generate Page Dynamically

@CRONIX - yeah! i would have done the typehinted both method as the second one would never get the page details if it was just a parent sent, so you could do it say in the controller like..


/{page}/{childpage?}


show($page, $childpage ==null) {

 if($childpage){
   $page = Page::details($childpage);
} else {
    $page = Page::details($page);
}

The other method using the route where clause i mentioned could reduce it though my thoughts


visit: /film/star-wars

$this->get('/{page}', '[email protected]')->where('page', '.*');

show($page){

    $page = Page::where('page_identifier',$page); //// so where page_identifier = film/star-wars

}

Thanks for the reply, just whats best practice :-)

simondavies left a reply on Laravel - How To Generate Page Dynamically

@CRONIX - Nice solution, but how would you then take it further regards to child pages?

So /{page}/{child-page?}

The route model binding would be on the first variable so would need to create your own ???

Old post but still relevant these days

20 Apr
1 year ago

simondavies started a new conversation Safari & IE11, Edge Render/display Issue With Component (vue2-calendar)

I am using this following vue component. https://github.com/Trekels/vue2-calendar

All is well and got to work etc, but then when i then went to test on safari the dates do not display.

Chrome and Firefox all fine and dates show. On Safari, IE11 and Egde they are not by the look of it being rendered.

Has anyone come across this at all? I have left an issue on the github repo as well.

Using their demo i have added a date for an example. https://codesandbox.io/s/my99n0n1zy

Run on chrome i see the date on safari I do not?

16 Feb
1 year ago

simondavies left a reply on Add A Class To A Newly Created Item Within A V-for Loop Via Input

hi @bobbybouwmann thanks for the help, when I was on the bus on the way home today from work, got an idea, of another solution (it's my thinking time).

And made it easier as it also adds and removes and gives me the quick flash/notification I require.

And that's was to use <transition-group>, which did the job. I have added a simple example below in case others etc might be curious :-)

Again thanks.

<transition-group  name="fade">
    <buttton v-for="tag in orderedTags" :key="tag.id" @click="deleteTag(tag)">{{tag.name}}</button>
</transition-group>
```

```css

.fade-enter-active,
.fade-leave-active {
  transition: opacity 0.5s;
}
.fade-enter,
.fade-leave-active {
  opacity: 0;
}
.fade-enter,
.fade-enter-active {
  background: #3490dc;
  color: #ffffff;
}

.fade-leave-active {
  background: white;
  color: #3490dc;
}
```



15 Feb
1 year ago

simondavies left a reply on Add A Class To A Newly Created Item Within A V-for Loop Via Input

Ah! yes, understand. Did not have to loop as just changed my class to:

:class="{added : tag.new}"

As the tag.new = true will only be applied when its added via the input, the rest or pre-list comes from the db will not have it set.

Thanks

Just will work out (tomorrow :-)) how to then remove it, setTimeOut type thing.

simondavies left a reply on Add A Class To A Newly Created Item Within A V-for Loop Via Input

so your saying that after I have performed the push to the tags array, then loop through the tags array and detect which is the new one created and then add a class to that.?

So would you add the index value on an id of the tag, something like<div id="tag-id-{{tag.id}}'.... then simply do a querySelector on the list for this ID and add class accordingly?

simondavies started a new conversation Add A Class To A Newly Created Item Within A V-for Loop Via Input

For example, a have a list of tags, and new ones are added via an input form.

What I would like to happen, is to add a temporary class to only this new tag that's been added. which will give it a different colour, to show the user where it is on the list as well as like a confirmation of it being added.

I have tried the normal :class="{myClass : onTrueValue}" but that's then added to all the tags in the v-for loop.

22 Aug
1 year ago

simondavies left a reply on How To Manage A Re-write Of A Current Github Project

Thanks @jlrdw for the response will have a look.

21 Aug
1 year ago

simondavies started a new conversation How To Manage A Re-write Of A Current Github Project

I have current Github project that, is in need of a re-write. And I would like to know what would be the best way to perform this.

  1. The easy way would be to create a new repo and point others going to the current older version to the new one, once completed.
  2. Create a new branch clean everything out that needs to be binned etc, then re-write it here.

I would like to perform the 2nd point as the GitHub name is already in use etc. BUT how would I stop prevent users that are using the current one v.0.1.2 not over writing their version and screwing up their application, when I push to master.

Would I need to give it a completely new version/tag starting etc like v.2.0.0, before merging etc

Appreciated.

02 May
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on 500 Http Error - AJAX

I tend to pass the desired URL within the data attribute as somehting like:

 ... data-url="{{route('name',$named-.id)}}">NAME</button>

Then us js to get the data URL, and set that to a var, with what js method you like, kQuery/VanillaJS etc

31 Mar
2 years ago

simondavies started a new conversation Running Dusk On A Local Ubuntu Server, Is Is Possible?

I work on site/projects through a local Ubuntu server I have that is accessed via ssh and samba.

The trouble when I was going to attempt to try and test Dusk is that i'm getting various errors, and I pin this down to the fact that, it cannot find chrome etc, as its trying to run on the server.

So my question is, that is it possible to set up, so I can easily run any Laravel Dusk tests through this server?

02 Mar
2 years ago

simondavies started a new conversation Simple Login Code/package

I am converting a simple / few page login back end, into php. And was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on what to use or tuts / links to view on how to create a simple but secure log in system.

As its conversion etc its not being re-written in laravel so cannot go this route as it would be over kill for whats required even Lumen etc would be.

The pages are mainly simple to convert but its the log in process i need to bolt on to it.

I can use some old ways (some of my older code, PDO of cause) but was just wondering if others had any simple solutions, to save me form re-inventing etc, bolting on to packages could be an option if they are soley for this and not overkilll, login only no register etc

Thanks in advance.

10 Feb
2 years ago

simondavies started a new conversation Prefixing API Routes With A Version Number - Best Approach

I am currently doing it like the following:

    $this->group(['prefix'=>'v1'], function (){... normal routes here });

So calling would be site.com/api/v1/somerequest

I was wondering if there is a better approach to doing this, or it seems fine, as i can simply add version 2 when required after

    $this->group(['prefix'=>'v1'], function (){... normal routes here });

     $this->group(['prefix'=>'v2'], function (){... normal routes here });
09 Feb
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on Series Listings Page Showing Course Completed When Not

normally get a tweet about, and I know there's new content but just checking this time, but there's a tweet about too now :-)

simondavies started a new conversation Series Listings Page Showing Course Completed When Not

I have noticed today as looking for new content that when visiting https://laracasts.com/series?curated, the ones I'm interested in, I look for the Completed message or percentage.

But looking today EG at the Learn Vue 2: its say Completed and 29 videos, but I know I only had 27 the other day, so checking it, sure enough, there are two new videos 28 and 29 unticked waiting for me to view.

ButI see a green tick and completed, on the listings page and at the top of the series page (https://laracasts.com/series/learn-vue-2-step-by-step) is shows as 100% Completed

Not sure if this is a caching issue or what! as not sure how you're achieving this, and the course says updated 16mins ago, so they seem recent.

27 Jan
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on Wildcard In Url Route Not Working In Laravel 5.4

First of at the bottom of the textaread to add/edit comments it the following: Use Markdown with GitHub-flavored code blocks click this and it will show how to add code etc

to test put a dd() within the following to see what's output, this should return a value

public function show($card) { 
   dd($card);
}

simondavies left a reply on Wildcard In Url Route Not Working In Laravel 5.4

what you doing to debug? which URL is causing the error? re-add your routes, also your CardsController show method?

simondavies left a reply on How To Prevent Deletion Of Element

as mentioned above but also target the text directly

<div class="a">
   <div class="b" contenteditable="false">
       <img src="url here">
   </div>
  <div contenteditable="true"> text goes here</div>
</div>

simondavies left a reply on Save $request To Database?

if you have one of the latest mySQL DB servers you can store json within, so hence return it back

simondavies left a reply on Laravel Post Error

is this the actual full form part?

<form method="POST">

Or have you something else like

<form method="POST" action="/submit" >...</form>

How is the form submitted, if you dont have an action then it will not go the route submit but will just submit to the same page and that means

it does not have a post route for Route::post('/'.....)

So add the action to the form so it can submit to your requested route

simondavies left a reply on Laravel 5.4 Upgrade Error On Password Field Method Illuminate\View\View::__toString()

are you able to elaborate more with more error code, and or and example of what you did to resolve it temporary etc, so we can be able to assist further

26 Jan
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on Middleware Request Has No Data, ...sometimes

could you post a bit more code as in what are your middlewares etc

simondavies left a reply on Can't Get Laravel Mix To Work - Frustration LIMIT Reached

not really, but if you're trying to combine a mix of es6 and normal files then yes.

You could always create to js files one as a bootstrap / libraries file and the other with the components etc, i do this as file size can be large.

Unfortunately, @JefferyWay cannot catch or interoperate all eventualities and as it's a new way, its going to have its bugs, and issues, nothings perfect and not all things can be caught until tested in the public domain.

Without these issues or hurdle's we cannot learn, unfortunately we all go through this frustrating thing with things in life as well as programming etc

We learn by others keep it up :-), im off to bed so other might be able t assist you know sorry.

simondavies left a reply on Can't Get Laravel Mix To Work - Frustration LIMIT Reached

The grid.js error might because its looking for a global variable window.UIkit, so you would need to load in the UIkit and assign it to the global variable something like this might work, in a bootstrap file loaded first??

window.UIkit = require('uIkit');

simondavies left a reply on Validating Image URL?

you might need to do a custom validation set up, so you can do the check and then use php to try and get the file to do that check, don't think getFilecontents etc is part of a check etc??

or you might have to do it a bit later on after the normal validation passes?

simondavies left a reply on Can't Get Laravel Mix To Work - Frustration LIMIT Reached

ok, the last bit is that you will need to edit your public folder settings, but then you cannot compile it then all in to there after wards.

use mix.copy() to move files into there to use later

simondavies left a reply on Can't Get Laravel Mix To Work - Frustration LIMIT Reached

what does your grid.js look like and how are you calling the uikit.js??

simondavies left a reply on How To Get Response Ajax On The Vue.js 2?

just a little question on this.

If your getting the store ID and passing this to the component as a prop. So surely you could also pass in another prop that tells if the store has already been liked? So getting this data via the db call to the view, thus saving having to do a check after its loaded, so something like:

<favorite-button :storeid="23" :favorited="true"></favorite-button>

So using the favorited property to change the button accordingly??

Don't know your code or what's its doing etc but just a thought??

simondavies left a reply on How To Get Response Ajax On The Vue.js 2?

if your returning a result then assign the call to a variable so tyr:


var res = this.$store.dispatch('checkFavoriteStore', payload);

then you can get access to the response via the var res. I beleive the events will return it back to you

simondavies left a reply on How To Get Response Ajax On The Vue.js 2?

surely with the location.reload method whether your returning a response within 1500 milliseconds the browser is reloaded and any response is lost, why you reloading it? So no time to do anything?? Why you relaoding anyway

simondavies left a reply on Submit A Vue Form With A Submit Button Outside The Form

you could remove the click event and add it to the button, something like:

        <form method="POST" action="" id="myForm">
            <input name="name" type="text" >
        </form>

         <button type="submit" class="btn btn-success" @click="submitItem($event)">Submit</button>

Then as mentioned by @theUnforgiven

         methods: {
            submitItem(evt){
        evt.preventDefault();
                 document.getElementById("myForm").submit();
              }

        }

not tested and might need a little more work?

simondavies left a reply on Multiple Image Upload [suggestions]

as also mentioned i have just http://www.dropzonejs.com/ a lot and it's really customizable and user-friendly.

25 Jan
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on Errors When Trying To Update Via HTTP Route.

whats your route like for say api/profiles/ what class is it calling and does it have the method requested?

Also are you using Route::put(... as your send through using a PUT request via axios, and have you put the

<input name="_method" value="PUT" /> 

within your form or sending that across with your ajax call.

This error is normally yo do with the PUT, DELETE, POST, GET et crequest your setting within your form/ajax call and your actual route???

simondavies left a reply on Error Pages Based On Routes

you can create a folder called errors within your root views folder.

Then within there create several files with the error code as the name:

views -
    errors -
       400.blade.php
       401.blade.php
       402.blade.php
       403.blade.php
       404.blade.php
       500.blade.php
       403.blade.php

Then Laravel will automatically look for these when catching the error.

As catching whether it's an admin section or public not sure how you could do this, but within the blade page you could check for a logged in user etc and return our put a different content etc?

simondavies left a reply on Error When Running "npm Run Dev" Command Laravel 5.4

have you tried to update your node and npm current stable version is node 6.9, a few people have had issues fixed simply by updating.

once done remove your node_modules folder and re run npm install, just to make sure you get it fresh

simondavies left a reply on Prevent Blade From Showing As Plain Text

your resources folder and the rest shoudl live behind the servers public folder. SO you should have a set up something like:

project.dev {folder}
      public -
             index.php
             blog -
                 index.php
      resources
      routes
      etc........

then point your domain to the project.dev/public folder then running project.dev you will get the root site index.php so static or something, and project.dev/blog will give you your laravel install.

But you will need to update the index.php page so it paths are updated as your going back a further folder.

But best to do it as :

project.dev {folder}
      public -
             index.php
      resources
      routes
      etc........

Again point your domain to the public folder etc.

Then set up a route to the blog link.


  Route::get('/', function(){ return view('welcome');});
  Route::get('/blog', function(){ return view('blog.index');});

then you can use the url project.dev/blog to view your blog page etc.

Seems your set up is all wrong....

simondavies left a reply on Laravel Mix Webpack Error

we had the same issue on one of our machines (running valet) and so updated the MAC to node v6.9 first of all but still an issue.

So we then figured out that the package.json file had :


 "dev": "node_modules/cross-env/bin/cross-env.js NODE_ENV=development node_modules/webpack/bin/webpack.js --progress --hide-modules --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js”,

so the fix was to then npm install cross-env first of all, then amend the package.json file to:

 "dev": "cross-env NODE_ENV=development node_modules/webpack/bin/webpack.js --progress --hide-modules --config=node_modules/laravel-mix/setup/webpack.config.js”,

Notice the change was node_modules/cross-env/bin/cross-env.js to cross-env

This seemed to fix it for us.

05 Jan
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on Compiling Bourbon/Neat?

oooh! forgot about this. Anyways it was the following that got it working for me:

var elixir = require('laravel-elixir');
var bourbon = require('bourbon').includePaths;
var neat = require('bourbon-neat').includePaths;

elixir(function(mix) {
     mix.sass('main.scss',  'public/main.min.css', null, { includePaths: bourbon.concat(neat) } )

As i was setting the file path i missed the third setting null.

simondavies left a reply on Compiling Bourbon/Neat In Elixir

@christopher have you tried:

     mix.sass('app.scss', null, null, { includePaths: bourbon.concat(neat) } )

}

notice the double null?

03 Jan
2 years ago

simondavies left a reply on Passport And Consuming Your Own Api - 401 Unauthorized

Ignore me, the answer was Stupidity...

I need to be logged in on my backend for it to work. Each time I was reloading the front end browser tab with clear cache as well so logging me out at the same time hence the unauthorised call.

Thanks for the assistance and help.

simondavies left a reply on Passport And Consuming Your Own Api - 401 Unauthorized

through postman is ok, using the three header values, and also within the axios call.

But according to the video he mentions and his code he does not add the headers to the VueJS file saying that Laravel handles its.

But then reading further within the docs I noticed, the X-CSRF-TOKEN code part, which was not mentioned within the video

https://laravel.com/docs/5.3/passport#consuming-your-api-with-javascript

So I have added this as follows:

bootstrap.js

    window.axios.defaults.headers.common = {
        'X-Requested-With': 'XMLHttpRequest',
            'X-CSRF-TOKEN': Laravel.csrfToken
    };

But running, It still fails

Perhaps its an axios issue??

Below is the header i get, might help

    Request Method:GET
    Status Code:401 Unauthorized

    Content-Type:application/json

    Accept:application/json
    Accept-Encoding:gzip, deflate, sdch
    Accept-Language:en-US,en;q=0.8
    Connection:keep-alive
    Cookie:XSRF-TOKEN=eyJpdiI6IkxLWUN0eXJ5YlUyVFhIUWtreG8xbnc9PSIsInZhbHVlIjoiT2pacEZ6dWV1YWVhOHRodVcyY2JUWFdJVzBNMkVQVHBCZ0RnS2JiVmh3TFlGSGdPTXU2U1pvSThEaGY0Mjh3ZElheGVHQWx2cjY2K3d3QjVySG1FbXc9PSIsIm1hYyI6Ijg3MTJkNmUwZWZiYWQxZjY0N2Q1OGMyYzMyMjk1MmJlMzRjMDM1YWFlOWJiMTAyNjhkOGMxYzAyNGY0MzQ5YmMifQ%3D%3D; laravel_session=eyJpdiI6IkRXaExMXC9ucFBVTGY1SkpJNVBDWHBBPT0iLCJ2YWx1ZSI6Ik84NDJMT2xtVG5adWROVEZ3aW1XS0ErbUFSaE91clJWWUdSUzA2TndhVDgzRW5ZeU1ndkFZQlFUU1NCTXJaQ0xMcGlwXC9ydVloK2laWkJwQTFIa1wvXC93PT0iLCJtYWMiOiI0OTQzYjY0OWFiNzgzOGE4OThmZDcyMGFkM2MzNWQ2MzUyMmZjM2E2ZThlMmIwNzQ5ZGE3ZGU3NGY5MDBkMTRmIn0%3D
    Host:website.dev
    Referer:http://website.dev/
    User-Agent:Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_12_2) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/55.0.2883.95 Safari/537.36
    X-CSRF-TOKEN:cen6lXFyV930Wz7oi8sNdhmu6XqWRFo2mNzwFFwP
    X-Requested-With:XMLHttpRequest
    X-XSRF-TOKEN:eyJpdiI6IkxLWUN0eXJ5YlUyVFhIUWtreG8xbnc9PSIsInZhbHVlIjoiT2pacEZ6dWV1YWVhOHRodVcyY2JUWFdJVzBNMkVQVHBCZ0RnS2JiVmh3TFlGSGdPTXU2U1pvSThEaGY0Mjh3ZElheGVHQWx2cjY2K3d3QjVySG1FbXc9PSIsIm1hYyI6Ijg3MTJkNmUwZWZiYWQxZjY0N2Q1OGMyYzMyMjk1MmJlMzRjMDM1YWFlOWJiMTAyNjhkOGMxYzAyNGY0MzQ5YmMifQ==
      

simondavies left a reply on Passport And Consuming Your Own Api - 401 Unauthorized

Thanks for the reply, in the demo https://laracasts.com/series/whats-new-in-laravel-5-3/episodes/13 around 11:43 in theres not mention of adding headers, it just works?

Could it be because i'm using axios rather than vue-resource as vue-resource is discontinued i went straight for axios?

simondavies started a new conversation Passport And Consuming Your Own Api Fail

I have seen the Passport video and completed all but the only one issue I am having is with the end part, about consuming your own API within itself/site.

I have still receiving the same [Unauthorized] message.

I am using VueJS for a simple example below.

    methods : {

        getArticles(){

            axios.get('/api/article')
                .then((res) => {
                    console.log(res.data);
                })
                .catch(
                    (res) => {
                        console.log('error');
                        console.log(res.data);
                });
        }
    }

But if I add the header as below with the Auth code etc all works fine?

    axios.get('/api/article',
        {
            headers : {
                'Content-Type' : 'application/json',
                'Accept' : 'application/json',
                'Authorization' : 'Bearer ...PERSONAL ACCESS TOKEN HERE...'
            }
        })
        .then((res) => {
            console.log(res.data);
        })
        .catch({.......

Is there anything thats changed since that video especially using Laravel version 5.3?

15 Dec
2 years ago

simondavies started a new conversation Doing A Application-only Authentication With Social API's

Can i use Laravel Socialite to perform Application-only authentication, or does it need the user interaction.

Basically i would like for the application to connect to a single twitter account and read-only, and then display the top number of tweets on to the app, so its needs to do all the auth behind the scenes etc no pop up etc, or is there another way to do this?

If either can you point in the right direction as all socialite EG's i'm seeing/searching all using it to log users in, but thats not want i'm after, i'm looking to do our own version of the timeline preview plugin, so we have control over more things etc, this would also include a Facebook iteration as well.

simondavies left a reply on Dynamic Class Added After Output Is Removed On Re-render Filter

Well further to this please see the link here for how i fixed this at the same time as another related question.

https://laracasts.com/discuss/channels/vue/is-there-a-vue-js-v2-exampleversion-of-waypoints-inview

simondavies left a reply on Is There A Vue JS (v2) Example/version Of Waypoints - InView

Not to worry, with a little spit and saw dust, I have managed to implement Waypoints into the VueJS components.

simondavies started a new conversation Is There A Vue JS (v2) Example/version Of Waypoints - InView

I use Waypoints & its In View shortcut (http://imakewebthings.com/waypoints/), but I would like to implement it in a VueJS project and wondering if there is a VueJS way to do this or if anyone has implemented it within VueJS that might be able to help (non jQuery if poss.) Thanks